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SUN VISORS
CARD HOLDER (where fitted)
WARNING
Always install the cross bars onto the roof side
rails before loading cargo of any kind. Loading
cargo directly onto the roof side rails or the
vehicle’s roof may cause vehicle damage.
Drive extra carefully when the vehicle is loaded
at or near the cargo carrying capacity, espe-
cially if the significant portion of that load is
carried on the cross bars.
Heavy loading of the cross bars has the po-
tential to affect the vehicle stability and han-
JVI1240XZ
dling during sudden or unusual handling ma-
noeuvres.
Slide a card in the card holder
A.
Roof rack cross bar load should be evenly dis-
tributed.
Do not exceed maximum roof rail load capac-
ity.
Properly secure all cargo with ropes or straps
to help prevent it from sliding or shifting. In a
sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo
could cause personal injury.
CAUTION
SIC2872
Use care when placing items on or removing
items from the roof rail. If you cannot comfort-
1.
To block out glare from the front, swing down the
ably lift the items onto or off the roof rail from the
ground, use a ladder or stool.
sun visor.
2.
To block glare from the side, remove the sun vi-
sor from the centre mount and swing it to the
side.
2-36
Instruments and controls
SUNROOF (where fitted)
Sunshade
If the sunroof cannot be closed automatically when
WARNING
the auto reverse function activates due to a mal-
To open or close the sunshade, slide the sunshade
In an accident you could be thrown from the
function, push and hold the sunroof switch to the
manually.
vehicle through an open sunroof. Adults
CLOSE position.
The sunshade will open automatically when the
should always use seat belts and children
Depending on the environment or driving condi-
sunroof is opened. The sunshade needs to be closed
should always use seat belts or child restraint
tions, the auto-reverse function may activate if an
manually by sliding it.
systems.
impact or load similar to something being caught in
Never allow anyone to stand up or extend any
Sunroof
the sunroof occurs.
portion of their body out of the opening while
Sliding:
If sunroof does not operate
the vehicle is in motion or while the sunroof is
To fully open or close the sunroof, push the switch
If the sunroof does not operate properly, perform
closing.
to the OPEN or CLOSE position and release it;
the following procedure to initialise the sunroof op-
CAUTION
it need not be held. The roof will automatically open
eration system.
Remove water drops, snow, ice or sand from
or close all the way. To stop the roof, push the switch
1. If the sunroof is open, close it fully by repeatedly
the sunroof before opening.
once more while it is opening or closing.
pushing the sunroof switch to the close position
Do not place any heavy objects on the sunroof
Tilting:
to tilt the sunroof up.
or surrounding area.
To tilt up, first close the sunroof, then push the
2. Push and hold the switch to the close position
switch to the TILT UP position and release it; it
AUTOMATIC SUNROOF
.
need not be held. To tilt the sunroof down to the
3. Release the sunroof switch after the sunroof
closed position, push the switch to the TILT DOWN
moves slightly up and down.
position.
4. Push and hold the switch to the open position
Auto-reverse function
to fully tilt the sunroof down.
5. Check if the sunroof switch operates normally.
WARNING
If the sunroof does not operate properly after per-
There is a small distance just before the closed
forming the procedure above, have your vehicle
position which cannot be detected. Make sure
checked by an approved dealer or qualified work-
that all passengers have their hands, etc. inside
shop.
the vehicle before closing the sunroof.
NIC2733
The auto-reverse function enables the sunroof to
automatically reverse when something is caught in
CLOSE/TILT UP
the sunroof as it is closing. When the control unit
OPEN/TILT DOWN
detects an obstacle, the sunroof will open immedi-
ately.
The sunroof operates when the ignition switch is in
the ON position.
Instruments and controls
2-37
INTERIOR LIGHTS
CAUTION
CONSOLE LIGHT (where fitted)
MAP LIGHT CONTROL SWITCH
Turn off the lights when you leave the vehicle.
(where fitted)
Do not use the lights for extended periods of
time with the engine stopped. This could re-
sult in a discharged battery.
INTERIOR LIGHT SWITCH
(where fitted)
JVI1038XZ
SIC4573Z
The console light will turn on whenever the clear-
ance lights or headlights are illuminated.
The map lights control switch has three positions:
ON, OFF and centre.
MAP LIGHTS
ON position
JVI1037XZ
When the switch is in the ON position, the map
lights will illuminate.
The interior light can be turned ON regardless
OFF position
of door position. The light will go off after a
period of time unless the ignition switch is
When the switch is in the OFF position, the map
lights will not illuminate, regardless of any other
placed in the ON position when any door is
condition.
opened.
The interior lights can be set to operate when
Centre position
the doors are opened. To turn off the interior
JVI1039XZ
When the switch is in the centre position, the map
lights when a door open, push the switch, the
lights will illuminate under the following conditions:
interior lights will not illuminate, regardless of
Push the button to turn the map lights on. To turn
the key is removed from the ignition switch
door position. The lights will go off when the
ignition switch is placed in the ON position, or
them off, push the button again.
- remain on for a period of time.
the driver’s door is closed and locked. The
lights will also go off after a period of time
when the doors are open.
2-38
Instruments and controls
doors are unlocked by pushing the UNLOCK
The ignition switch is placed in the OFF position
REAR PERSONAL LIGHT
button (model with remote keyless entry sys-
with all doors closed (models with Remote Con-
(where fitted)
tem) with the ignition switch in the LOCK posi-
trol Key).
tion
The driver's door is unlocked without the key in
- remain on for a period of time.
the ignition switch (models without Remote
Control Key).
any door is opened
- remain on while the door is opened. When
The driver's door is unlocked when the ignition
switch is in the LOCK position (models with Re-
the door is closed, the lights go off.
mote Control Key).
ROOM LIGHT (where fitted)
The doors are unlocked with the UNLOCK
button (model with remote keyless entry sys-
tem).
SIC3250Z
The last door is closed without the key in the
ignition switch (models without Remote Control
Key).
To turn the rear personal lights on, push the switch.
To turn them off, push the switch again.
The interior light timer will be cancelled when:
The driver's door is locked.
VANITY MIRROR LIGHTS
The ignition switch is placed in the ON position.
(where fitted)
SIC2489Z
When the switch is in the OFF position, the room
light does not illuminate, regardless of any condi-
tion.
The room light has a three-position switch.
When the switch is in the ON position, the room
light illuminates.
When the switch is in the <%> (Door) position,
the room light illuminates when a door is opened.
The interior light timer will keep the room light on
for a period of time when:
SIC3869Z
The key is removed from the ignition switch with
all doors closed (models without Remote Con-
To access the vanity mirror, pull the sun visor down
trol Key).
and flip open the mirror cover.
Instruments and controls
2-39
The vanity mirror light illuminates when the vanity
mirror cover is opened. When the cover is closed,
the light will turn off.
BATTERY SAVER SYSTEM
The lights will turn off after a period of time when
the lights remain illuminated to prevent the battery
from becoming discharged.
2-40
Instruments and controls
3 Pre-driving checks and adjustments
Keys
3-2
Anti-Theft System (ATS)
3-16
Key (where fitted)
3-2
Bonnet
3-17
Anti-Theft System (ATS*) key (where fitted)
3-2
Opening bonnet
3-17
Remote Control Key (where fitted)
3-2
Closing bonnet
3-17
Doors
3-4
Fuel filler lid and cap
3-18
Locking with key
3-4
Opening fuel filler lid
3-18
Opening with inside door handle
3-4
Fuel filler cap
3-18
Locking with power door lock switch
3-4
AdBlue® filler lid and cap
3-19
Rear access doors (King Cab models)
3-5
Opening AdBlue® filler lid
3-19
Child safety rear door locks (Double Cab
Locking AdBlue® filler lid
3-19
models)
3-5
AdBlue® filler cap
3-19
Remote keyless entry system (where fitted)
3-6
Cargo bed (where fitted)
3-20
Using remote keyless entry system
3-6
Tailgate
3-20
Remote Control Key system (where fitted)
3-7
Tie down hooks (where fitted)
3-20
Remote Control Key operating range
3-8
C-Channel system (where fitted)
3-21
Using Remote Control Key system
3-8
Steering wheel
3-23
Battery saver system
3-10
Steering wheel adjustment
3-23
Warning and audible reminders
3-10
Mirrors
3-23
Troubleshooting guide
3-12
Inside rearview mirror
3-23
Using remote keyless entry system
3-14
Outside rearview mirrors
3-25
Hazard indicator and horn operation
3-15
Vanity mirror (where fitted)
3-26
Security system (where fitted)
3-15
Parking brake
3-26
Theft warning system (where fitted)
3-15
KEYS
A key number plate is supplied with your key. Record
ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (ATS*) KEY
used with one vehicle. The new keys must be regis-
the key number on the key number plate/metal tag
tered by an approved dealer or qualified workshop
(where fitted)
and keep it in a safe place (such as your wallet), NOT
prior to use with the ATS of your vehicle. Since the
IN THE VEHICLE. RENAULT does not record key num-
registration process requires erasing all memory in
bers so it is very important to keep track of your key
the ATS components when registering new keys, be
number plate.
sure to take all ATS keys that you have to the ap-
proved dealer or qualified workshop.
A key number is only necessary when you have lost
all keys and do not have one to duplicate from. If
CAUTION
you still have a key, this key can be duplicated by an
Do not allow the ATS key, which contains an elec-
approved dealer or qualified workshop.
trical transponder, to come into contact with wa-
ter or salt water. This could affect the system
KEY (where fitted)
function.
JVP0085XZ
*: Immobilizer
REMOTE CONTROL KEY
1.
ATS key (moulded) (2)
(where fitted)
2.
Key number plate (1)
JVP0324XZ
1.
Master key (with integrated key fob) (2)
2.
Key number plate (1)
SPA2502Z
As many as 5 master keys with integrated key fob
JVP0324XZ
can be registered and used with one vehicle.
1.
Remote Control Key (2)
1.
ATS key (with integrated key fob) (2)
2.
Mechanical key (inside Remote Control Key) (2)
2.
Key number plate (1)
3.
Key number plate (1)
Your vehicle can only be driven with the ATS keys,
which are registered to your vehicle’s ATS compo-
nents. As many as 5 ATS keys can be registered and
3-2
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
Control Key. If the Remote Control Key gets
Mechanical key
WARNING
wet, immediately wipe until it is completely
The Remote Control Key transmits radio
dry.
waves that can adversely affect medical elec-
-
Do not bend, drop or strike it against an-
tric equipment.
other object.
If you have a pacemaker, you should contact
-
If the outside temperature is below -10°C
the medical equipment manufacturer to ask if
(14°F), the battery of the Remote Control
it will be affected by the Remote Control Key
Key may not function properly.
signal.
-
Do not place the Remote Control Key for an
Your vehicle can only be driven with the Remote
extended period in a place where tempera-
Control Keys which are registered to your vehicle’s
tures exceed 60°C (140°F).
SPA2033Z
Remote Control Key system components and Anti-
-
Do not change or modify the Remote Con-
Theft System (ATS*) components. As many as 4 Re-
trol Key.
mote Control Keys can be registered and used with
To remove the mechanical key, release the lock knob
one vehicle. The new keys must be registered by an
-
Do not use a magnet key holder.
on the back of the Remote Control Key.
approved dealer or qualified workshop prior to use
Do not place the Remote Control Key near
To install the mechanical key, firmly insert it into the
with the Remote Control Key system and ATS of
equipment that produces a magnetic field
Remote Control Key until the lock knob returns to
your vehicle. Since the registration process requires
such as a TV, audio equipment and per-
the lock position.
erasing all memory in the Remote Control Key sys-
sonal computers.
tem components when registering new keys, be
Use the mechanical key to lock or unlock the doors
-
Do not allow the Remote Control Key to
and tailgate (where fitted). (See “Doors” later in this
sure to take all Remote Control Keys that you have
come into contact with water or salt water,
section and “Tailgate” later in this section.)
to an approved dealer or qualified workshop.
and do not wash it in a washing machine.
*: Immobilizer
This could affect the system function.
CAUTION
If
a Remote Control Key is lost or stolen,
Be sure to carry the Remote Control Key with
RENAULT recommends erasing the ID code of
you. Do not leave the vehicle with the Remote
that Remote Control Key. This will prevent the
Control Key inside.
Remote Control Key from unauthorised use to
unlock the vehicle. For information regarding
Be sure to carry the Remote Control Key with
the erasing procedure, please contact an ap-
you when driving. The Remote Control Key is a
proved dealer or qualified workshop.
precision device with a built-in transmitter. To
avoid damaging it, please note the following.
- The Remote Control Key is water resistant;
however, wetting may damage the Remote
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-3
DOORS
OPENING WITH INSIDE DOOR
LOCKING WITH POWER DOOR LOCK
WARNING
HANDLE
SWITCH
Always look before opening any doors, to
avoid an accident with oncoming traffic.
To help avoid risk of injury or death through
unintended operation of the vehicle and/or its
systems, do not leave children, people who re-
quire the assistance of others, or pets unat-
tended in your vehicle. Additionally, the tem-
perature inside a closed vehicle on a warm day
can quickly become high enough to cause a
significant risk of injury or death to people and
pets.
SPA2791Z
SPA2803Z
LOCKING WITH KEY
To unlock and open the door pull the inside door
handle as illustrated.
For models with Super Lock System:
The doors cannot be opened by using the inside
door handle when the Super Lock System is acti-
vated.
SPA2588Z
SPA2390Z
To lock the door, insert the mechanical key to the
Operating the power door lock switch (located on
door key cylinder and turn the key to the front side
the driver’s door) will lock or unlock all the doors.
of the vehicle.
To lock the doors, push the power door lock switch
To unlock the door, turn the key to the rear of the
to the lock position with the driver’s door open,
vehicle.
then close the door. All doors will lock.
3-4
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
CAUTION
CHILD SAFETY REAR DOOR LOCKS
When locking the doors using the power door
(Double Cab models)
lock switch, be sure not to leave the key in the
vehicle.
When the Remote Control Key (where fitted) is
left in the vehicle, and you try to lock the door
using the power door lock switch after get-
ting out of the vehicle, all the doors will unlock
automatically after the door is closed.
To unlock, push the power door lock switch to the
JVP0321XZ
unlock position.
REAR ACCESS DOORS (King Cab
2.
From the inside, pull the door handle
A toward
JVP0279XZ
models)
the front of the vehicle.
The child safety rear door locks help prevent rear
doors from being opened accidentally, especially
when small children are in the vehicle.
When the levers are in the lock position, the child
safety rear door locks engage and the rear doors
can only be opened by the outside door handles.
To disengage, move the levers to the unlock posi-
tion.
JVP0322XZ
JVP0323XZ
1. Open the driver’s or passenger’s door.
3. Open the door to the desired position.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-5
REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
SYSTEM (where fitted)
The remote keyless entry system can operate all
If a integrated key fob is lost or stolen, RENAULT rec-
door locks using the integrated key fob. The inte-
ommends erasing the ID code of that integrated
grated key fob can operate at a distance of approxi-
key fob from the vehicle. This may prevent the un-
mately 1 m (3.3 ft) away from the vehicle. The oper-
authorised use of the integrated key fob to unlock
ating distance depends upon the conditions around
the vehicle. For information regarding the erasing
the vehicle.
procedure, contact an approved dealer or qualified
workshop.
As many as 5 integrated key fobs can be used with
one vehicle. For information about the purchase
For information regarding the replacement of a bat-
and use of additional integrated key fobs, contact
tery, see “Remote controller battery replacement” in
an approved dealer or qualified workshop.
the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
JVP0222XZ
The integrated key fob will not function under the
USING REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
following conditions:
SYSTEM
When the distance between the integrated key
LOCK button
fob and vehicle is more than approximately 1 m
UNLOCK button
WARNING
(3.3 ft).
For Super Lock System equipped models, failure
Battery indicator light
When the integrated key fob battery is
to follow the precautions below may lead to haz-
Locking doors
discharged.
ardous situations. Make sure the Super Lock Sys-
1. Remove the ignition key.
When the key is in the ignition switch.
tem activation is always safely conducted.
2. Close all doors.
CAUTION
When the vehicle is occupied, never lock the
doors with the integrated key fob. Doing so will
3. Push the LOCK
button on the integrated
When locking the doors using the integrated
trap the occupants, since the Super Lock Sys-
key fob.
key fob, be sure not to leave the key in the ve-
hicle.
tem prevents the doors from being opened
4. All doors and the AdBlue® filler lid will be locked.
from the inside of the vehicle.
Do not allow the integrated key fob, which con-
5. Operate door handles to confirm that the doors
tains electrical components, to come into con-
Only operate the integrated key fob lock but-
have been securely locked.
tact with water or salt water. This could affect
ton when there is a clear view of the vehicle.
CAUTION
the system function.
This is to prevent anybody from being trapped
inside the vehicle through the Super Lock Sys-
After locking the doors using the integrated key
Do not drop the integrated key fob.
tem activation.
fob, be sure that the doors have been securely
Do not strike the remote controller sharply
locked by operating the door handles.
against another object.
Do not place the integrated key fob for an ex-
tended period in an area where temperatures
exceed 60°C (140°F).
3-6
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
REMOTE CONTROL KEY SYSTEM
(where fitted)
Unlocking doors
When operating near a location where strong
WARNING
radio waves are transmitted, such as a TV tower,
1. Push the UNLOCK
button on the inte-
Radio waves could adversely affect electric
power station and broadcasting station.
grated key fob.
medical equipment. Those who use a pace-
2. All doors and the AdBlue® filler lid will be un-
When in possession of wireless equipment, such
maker should contact the electric medical
as a mobile telephone, transceiver, and CB radio.
locked.
equipment manufacturer for the possible in-
All doors will be locked automatically unless one of
fluences before use.
When the Remote Control Key is in contact with
or covered by metallic materials.
the following operations is performed within 30 sec-
The Remote Control Key transmits radio
onds after pushing the UNLOCK
button.
When any type of radio wave remote control is
waves when the buttons are pushed. The ra-
used nearby.
Opening any doors.
dio waves may affect aircraft navigation and
communication systems. Do not operate the
When the Remote Control Key is placed near an
Inserting the key into the ignition switch.
Remote Control Key while on an aeroplane.
electric appliance such as a personal computer.
Battery indicator light
Make sure the buttons are not operated unin-
In such cases, correct the operating conditions be-
The battery indicator light illuminates when you
tentionally when the unit is stored during a
fore using the Remote Control Key function or use
push any button. If the light does not illuminate, the
flight.
the mechanical key.
battery is weak or needs replacement. For informa-
The Remote Control Key system can operate all
Although the life of the battery varies depending on
tion regarding replacement of a battery, see “Re-
doors using the integrated key fob function or push-
the operating conditions, the battery’s life is ap-
mote controller battery replacement” in the
ing the request switch on the vehicle without tak-
proximately 2 years. If the battery is discharged, re-
“8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
ing the key out from a pocket or purse. The operat-
place it with a new one.
ing environment and/or conditions may affect the
Hazard indicator operation
For information regarding replacement of a battery,
Remote Control Key system operation.
When you lock or unlock the doors, the hazard indi-
see “Remote Control Key battery replacement” in
Be sure to read the following before using the Re-
the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
cator will flash as a confirmation.
mote Control Key system.
Since the Remote Control Key is continuously re-
LOCK: The hazard indicator flashes once.
CAUTION
ceiving radio waves, if the key is left near equipment
UNLOCK: The hazard indicator flashes twice.
Be sure to carry the Remote Control Key with
which transmits strong radio waves, such as signals
you when operating the vehicle.
from a TV and personal computer, the battery life
may become shorter.
Never leave the Remote Control Key in the ve-
hicle when you leave the vehicle.
Because the steering wheel is locked electrically, un-
locking the steering wheel with the ignition switch
The Remote Control Key is always communicating
in the LOCK position is impossible when the vehicle
with the vehicle as it receives radio waves. The Re-
battery is completely discharged. Pay special atten-
mote Control Key system transmits weak radio
tion that the vehicle battery is not completely dis-
waves. Environmental conditions may interfere with
charged.
the operation of the Remote Control Key system
under the following operating conditions.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-7
As many as 4 Remote Control Keys can be regis-
If an Remote Control Key is lost or stolen, RENAULT
The operating range is within 80 cm (31.50 in) from
tered and used with one vehicle. For information
recommends erasing the ID code of that Remote
each request switch.
about the purchase and use of additional Remote
Control Key from the vehicle. This may prevent the
If the Remote Control Key is too close to the door
Control Keys, contact an approved dealer or quali-
unauthorised use of the Remote Control Key to op-
glass or door handle, the request switches may not
fied workshop.
erate the vehicle. For information regarding the
function.
erasing procedure, contact an approved dealer or
CAUTION
When the Remote Control Key is within the operat-
qualified workshop.
Do not allow the Remote Control Key, which
ing range, it is possible for anyone, even someone
The Remote Control Key function can be disabled.
contains electrical components, to come into
who does not carry the Remote Control Key, to push
For information about disabling the Remote Con-
contact with water or salt water. This could af-
the request switch to lock/unlock the doors.
trol Key function, contact an approved dealer or
fect the system function.
qualified workshop.
USING REMOTE CONTROL KEY
Do not drop the Remote Control Key.
SYSTEM
REMOTE CONTROL KEY OPERATING
Do not strike the Remote Control Key sharply
against another object.
RANGE
Do not change or modify the Remote Control
Key.
Wetting may damage the Remote Control Key.
If the Remote Control Key gets wet, immedi-
ately wipe until it is completely dry.
If the outside temperature is below −10°C
(14°F), the battery of the Remote Control Key
may not function properly.
NIC3086
Do not place the Remote Control Key for an
extended period in an area where tempera-
JVP0312XZ
The request switch will not function under the fol-
tures exceed 60°C (140°F).
lowing conditions:
Do not attach the Remote Control Key to a key
The Remote Control Key functions can only be used
holder that contains a magnet.
when the Remote Control Key is within the speci-
When another Remote Control Key is left inside
the vehicle
Do not place the Remote Control Key near
fied operating range from the request switch.
equipment that produces a magnetic field,
When the Remote Control Key battery is discharged
When the Remote Control Key is not within the
operational range
such as a TV, audio equipment and personal
or strong radio waves are present near the operat-
computers.
ing location, the Remote Control Key system’s oper-
When any door is open or not closed securely
ating range becomes narrower, and the Remote
When the Remote Control Key battery is dis-
Control Key may not function properly.
charged
3-8
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
When the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON po-
The door handle request switch is operational
6. Operate door handles to confirm that the doors
sition
only when the Remote Control Key has been de-
have been securely locked.
tected by the Remote Control Key system.
The Remote Control Key system (opening/closing
Lockout protection:
doors with the door handle request switch) can be
Do not pull the door handle before pushing the
To prevent the Remote Control Key from being acci-
set to remain inactive. (See “[Vehicle Settings]” in the
door handle request switch. The door will be un-
dentally locked in the vehicle, lockout protection is
“2. Instruments and controls” section.)
locked but will not open. Release the door handle
equipped with the Remote Control Key system.
once and pull it again to open the door.
When the Remote Control Key is left in the ve-
hicle and you try to lock the door using the
power door lock switch after getting out of the
vehicle, all the doors will unlock automatically
and a chime will sound after the door is closed.
CAUTION
The lockout protection may not function under
the following conditions:
When the Remote Control Key is placed on top
SPA2407Z
of the instrument panel.
NIC3087
When the Remote Control Key is placed inside
Do not push the door handle request switch with
of the glove box.
the Remote Control Key held in your hand as
When you carry the Remote Control Key with you,
When the Remote Control Key is placed inside
illustrated. The close distance to the door handle
you can lock or unlock all doors by pushing the door
of the door pockets.
will cause the Remote Control Key system to
handle request switch (driver's or front passen-
have difficulty recognising that the Remote Con-
ger's door) within the range of operation.
When the Remote Control Key is placed inside
trol Key is outside the vehicle.
or near metallic materials.
When you lock or unlock the doors, the hazard indi-
After locking the doors using the door handle
cator will flash as a confirmation.
The lockout protection may function when the
request switch, make sure that the doors have
Remote Control Key is outside the vehicle but is
Locking doors
too close to the vehicle.
been securely locked by operating the door
handles.
1. Push the ignition switch to the OFF position.
When locking the doors using the door handle
2. Carry the Remote Control Key with you.
request switch, make sure to have the Remote
3. Close all doors.
Control Key in your possession before operating
4. Push the door handle request switch (driver’s
the door handle request switch to prevent the
or front passenger's door).
Remote Control Key from being left in the ve-
hicle.
5. All doors and the AdBlue® filler lid will be locked.
Pre-driving checks and adjustments
3-9
Unlocking doors
WARNING AND AUDIBLE REMINDERS
1. Carry the Remote Control Key with you.
The Remote Control Key system is equipped with a
function that is designed to minimise improper op-
2. Push the door handle request switch.
erations of the Remote Control Key and to help pre-
3. All doors and the AdBlue® filler lid will be un-
vent the vehicle from being stolen. A chime or beep
locked.
sounds inside and outside the vehicle and a warn-
If a door handle is pulled while unlocking the doors,
ing message appears in the vehicle information dis-
that door may not be unlocked. Returning the door
play.
handle to its original position will unlock the door. If
See the troubleshooting guide on the next page and
the door does not unlock, after returning the door
“Vehicle information display” in the “2. Instruments
handle, push the door handle request switch to un-
and controls” section.
lock the door.
CAUTION
Automatic relock:
When the chime or beep sounds or the warning
All doors will be locked automatically unless one of
message appears, be sure to check both the ve-
the following operations is performed within 30 sec-
hicle and the Remote Control Key.
onds after pushing the request switch while the
doors are locked.
Opening any doors.
Pushing the ignition switch.
If during the preset time period the UNLOCK
button on the Remote Control Key is pushed, all
doors will be locked automatically after the next
preset time.
BATTERY SAVER SYSTEM
When all the following conditions are met for a pe-
riod of time, the battery saver system will cut off the
power supply to prevent battery discharge.
The ignition switch is in the ACC or ON position.
All doors are closed.
The shift lever is in the P (Park) position (auto-
matic transmission model).
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Symptom
Possible cause
Action to take
The Shift to Park warning appears in
the vehicle information display and
When pushing the ignition switch to
The shift lever is not in the P (Park)
Shift the shift lever to the P (Park)
the inside warning chime sounds
stop the engine
position.
position.
continuously or for a few seconds.
(Automatic Transmission models)
The inside warning chime sounds
When shifting the shift lever to the P
The ignition switch is in the ACC or
Push the ignition switch to the OFF
continuously. (Automatic Transmis-
(Park) position
ON position.
position.
sion models)
When opening the driver’s door to get
The inside warning chime sounds
The ignition switch is in the ACC posi-
Push the ignition switch to the OFF
out of the vehicle
continuously.
tion.
position.
The No Key Detected warning
appears on the display, the outside
The ignition switch is in the ACC or
Push the ignition switch to the OFF
chime sounds 3 times and the inside
ON position.
position.
warning chime sounds for a few
When closing the door after getting
seconds.
out of the vehicle
The Shift to Park warning appears in
the vehicle information display and
The ignition switch is in the ACC or
Move the shift lever to the P (Park)
the outside chime sounds continu-
OFF position and the shift lever is not
position and push the ignition switch
ously. (Automatic Transmission
in the P (Park) position.
to the OFF position.
models)
When pushing the request switch or
The outside chime sounds for a few
The Remote Control Key is inside the
Carry the Remote Control Key with
the LOCK m button on the Remote
seconds and all the doors unlock.
vehicle.
you.
Control Key to lock the door
When closing the door with the inside
The outside chime sounds for a few
The Remote Control Key is inside the
Carry the Remote Control Key with
lock knob turned to LOCK
seconds and all the doors unlock.
vehicle.
you.
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Symptom
Possible cause
Action to take
The Remote Control Key is inside the
Carry the Remote Control Key with
vehicle.
you.
When pushing the door handle
The outside chime sounds for a few
A door is not closed securely.
Close the door securely.
request switch to lock the door
seconds.
The door handle request switch is
Push the door handle request switch
pushed before the door is closed.
after the door is closed.
Replace the battery with a new one.
The Key Battery low warning appears
(See “Remote Control Key battery
The battery charge is low.
in the vehicle information display.
replacement” in the “8. Maintenance
When pushing the ignition switch to
and do-it-yourself” section.)
start the engine
The No Key Detected warning
appears in the display and the inside
The Remote Control Key is not in the
Carry the Remote Control Key with
warning chime sounds for a few
vehicle.
you.
seconds.
It warns of a malfunction with the
The Key System Error warning
electrical steering lock system (where
Contact an approved dealer or quali-
When pushing the ignition switch
appears in the vehicle information
fitted) or the Remote Control Key
fied workshop.
display.
system.
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USING REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
Locking doors
If during the preset time period the UNLOCK
B button on the Remote Control Key is pushed, all
SYSTEM
1. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
doors will be locked automatically after the next
2. Carry the Remote Control Key with you.
preset time.
3. Close all doors.
4. Push the LOCK
button
A on the Remote
Control Key.
5. All doors will be locked.
6. Operate the door handles to confirm that the
doors have been securely locked.
CAUTION
After locking the doors using the Remote Con-
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trol Key, be sure that the doors have been se-
curely locked by operating the door handles.
A LOCK button
When locking the doors using the Remote
B UNLOCK button
Control Key, be sure not to leave the key in the
Operating range
vehicle.
The remote keyless entry system allows you to lock/
Unlocking doors
unlock all doors. The operating distance depends
1. Push the UNLOCK
button
B on the Remote
upon the conditions around the vehicle. To securely
Control Key.
operate the lock and unlock buttons, approach the
vehicle to about 1 m (3.3 ft) from the door.
2. All doors will be unlocked.
The remote keyless entry system will not function
Automatic relock:
under the following conditions:
All doors will be locked automatically unless one of
the following operations is performed within 30 sec-
When the Remote Control Key is not within the
operational range.
onds after pushing the UNLOCK
B button on
the Remote Control Key while the doors are locked.
When the Remote Control Key battery is dis-
charged.
Opening any doors.
For information regarding the replacement of a bat-
Pushing the ignition switch.
tery, see “Remote Control Key battery replacement”
in the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
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SECURITY SYSTEM (where fitted)
HAZARD INDICATOR AND HORN OPERATION
Your vehicle has either or both of the following se-
curity systems:
When you lock or unlock the doors, the hazard indicator will flash and the horn (or the outside chime) will
sound as a confirmation.
Theft warning system
The following descriptions show how the hazard indicator and horn/chime will activate when locking or
Anti-Theft System (ATS*)
unlocking the doors.
*: Immobilizer
Operation
DOOR LOCK
DOOR UNLOCK
The security condition will be shown by the security
Remote Control Key system
HAZARD - once
HAZARD - twice
indicator light.
(using request switch)
OUTSIDE CHIME - once
OUTSIDE CHIME - twice
THEFT WARNING SYSTEM
Remote keyless entry system
HAZARD - once
HAZARD - twice
(where fitted)
(using m or m button)
HORN - once
HORN - twice
The theft warning system provides visual and audio
alarm signals if parts of the vehicle are disturbed.
Security indicator light
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The security indicator light, located on the meter
panel, operates whenever the ignition switch is in
the LOCK, OFF or ACC position. This is normal.
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How to activate system (where fitted)
The alarm is activated by:
5. Start the engine.
1.
Close all windows.
Unlocking the door without using the integrated
6. Repeat the steps above until all possible interfer-
key fob, the Remote Control Key, the door handle
ences are eliminated.
The system can be armed even if the windows
request switch (where fitted) or the mechanical
are open.
If this procedure allows the engine to start, RENAULT
key. (Even if the door is opened by releasing the
recommends placing the registered ATS key sepa-
2.
Place the ignition switch in the OFF position.
door inside lock knob, the alarm will activate.)
rate from other devices to avoid interference.
3.
Carry the integrated key fob or the Remote Con-
How to stop alarm
If ATS is malfunctioning, this light will remain on
trol Key with you and get out of the vehicle.
while the ignition switch is in the ON position.
The alarm will stop only by unlocking a door by
4.
Close and lock all doors. The doors can be locked
pushing the UNLOCK button on the Remote
If the light remains on and/or the engine does
with the integrated key fob, the Remote Control
Control Key.
not start, contact an approved dealer or qualified
Key, door handle request switch (where fitted),
workshop for ATS service as soon as possible. Be
power door lock switch or mechanical key.
The alarm will not stop if the ignition switch is
placed in the ACC or ON position.
sure to bring all Remote Control Keys that you
5.
Confirm that the security indicator light comes
have when visiting an approved dealer for ser-
on. The security indicator light glows for about
ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (ATS)
vice.
30 seconds and then blinks. The system is now
The Anti-Theft System (ATS) will not allow the en-
activated. If, during this 30 second time period,
gine to start without the use of the registered ATS
the door is unlocked or the ignition switch is
key.
placed in the ACC or ON position, the system will
not activate.
If the engine does not start using the registered ATS
key, it may be due to interference caused by:
Even when the driver and/or passengers are in
the vehicle, the system will activate with all doors
Another ATS key.
locked with the ignition switch in the LOCK posi-
Automated toll road device.
tion. When pushing the ignition switch to the ACC
Automated payment device.
or ON position, the system will be released.
Other devices that transmit similar signals.
Theft warning system operation
Start the engine using the following procedure:
The vehicle security system will give the following
1. Remove any items that may be causing the inter-
alarm:
ference away from the ATS key.
The hazard indicator blinks and the horn sounds
2. Leave the ignition switch in the ON position for
intermittently.
approximately 5 seconds.
The alarm automatically turns off after approxi-
3. Place the ignition switch in the OFF or LOCK po-
mately 30 seconds. However, the alarm reacti-
sition, and wait approximately 10 seconds.
vates if the vehicle is tampered with again.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 again.
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BONNET
WARNING
The bonnet must be closed and latched se-
curely before driving. Failure to do so could
cause the bonnet to fly open and result in an
accident.
Never open the bonnet if steam or smoke is
coming from the engine compartment to
avoid injury.
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OPENING BONNET
CLOSING BONNET
1. Pull the bonnet lock release handle located be-
1. While supporting the bonnet, return the support
low the instrument panel until the bonnet springs
rod to its original position.
up.
2. Slowly lower the bonnet to about 20 to 30 cm (8
2. Locate the lever in between the bonnet and
to 12 in) above the bonnet lock, then let it drop.
grille and push the lever with your fingertips.
3. Make sure it is securely latched.
3. Raise the bonnet.
4. Remove the support rod and insert it into the
slot.
Hold the coated parts
A when removing or reset-
ting the support rod. Avoid direct contact with the
metal parts, as they may be hot immediately af-
ter the engine has been stopped.
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